Okey, from the previous chapter you had your Docker image now – it’s everything you need to run the application everywhere: A PHP-FPM 7.4 installation, a codebase contains the PHP files. Let’s continue with the k8s chapter – where we’re gonna setup our first k8s to deliver our application to 1 million people!Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #3”
Before throwing yourself into Kubernetes (alright, let’s call it k8s from now on), there are something we need to understand. And the first basic thing is Container. WTF is a Container?Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #1”
Kubernetes (aka k8s – well, because there are 8 characters between K and S) was always on my Checklist for a long time. Since I wanted to learn more about DevOps to improve our delivery process at work.Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #0”
I’ve created a NPM package for integration https://martinpham.gitlab.io/react-animated-navigator/
You can find the project here https://gitlab.com/martinpham/graphql-fun
A quick & funny project which combines WebGL drawing and Leap motion hand tracking
AWS API Gateway WebSocket is very cool.
I have to say it, and I really like it. If you were reading — setting up — fixing a NodeJS WebSocket server, probably you will understand how complex it is, when you need to scale up your server, when you need to monitor your server, and also when you need to optimize your server. API Gateway does all the jobs for you, so you can focus on coding, without worry about almost of DevOps stuffs and reasonable price.Continue reading “How to disconnect a Websocket client from AWS API Gateway server side”
I’ve tried some ideas with the Youtube’s embed feature, and it resulted with a $500 sweet bounty!